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On 5/31/2021 at 6:30 PM, ink said:

My physical form dictates that I consume another being, animal or plant.......even water has its own awareness.

The spoken word here....decides a hierarchy which within is an exchange of energy and belief.
This exchange is seldom equal.......it is a use of another to further the self....yes the same as this post. (lol.......in fact by replying to this post you 'give' energy to me....and by NOT replying to this post, you still give energy to me as I then can consider your 'voice' of no value even though you did read it and this is shown)

To allow the use of another species or in fact the planet without trying to change things is an incorrect nature.

 

That's a mindset that sees 'nature' as something seperate

 

I don't see nature as something seperate. I AM nature. If a tiger eats me then nature just ate nature. If i eat a cow then nature just ate nature

 

Nature feeds nature. I'm part of it and when i die i will go into the soil and feed the worms

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3 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

I do find it sad how distanced people are becoming. Whilst online communications certainly have some benefits - for example, this very forum remains a sanctuary of sanity for many during these difficult times and a place where ideas can be exchanged - it is really not a substitute for tangible, physical interactions. There is so much more to be gained - in terms of truly understanding and connecting with another - through the tone of somebody's voice, eye contact and their bodily / facial expressions.

 

Plugging us into technology and AI is obviously a big part of the agenda as the ultimate form of social distancing. We are being increasingly forced to connect to the interweb to perform even some of the most basic functions. Yet this serves to disconnect us from each other and spirit. The world is becoming increasingly plastic, hysterical and exhibitionist with people creating fake versions of themselves for public display and approval.

 

 

The internet was never intended to be a place for social media.  It was built for military strategic purposes and then it was adapted for business use and later social media use.  Even Facebook wasn't designed for what it became; in the beginning it was just a hot dating app for college kids.  

 

I don't think Internet Creators realized how hollow the masses (were) are, how lonely they are, how unhappy they are, how miserable they are to have transformed it into what it is today... and what it will become.

 

Today the internet is so entwined into the public psyche that A.I. is the only thing left for total integration between man and cyberspace.  What gave rise to social media (loneliness, ego, self love,...) will feed the A.I. beast to a point where the only thing left will be 'minds' plugged into the web.  This is where the masses are taking it.  

They will demand it to further quench the unquenchable thirst of loneliness, ego, self love... which can never be satisfied.

 

Imagine your brain accessing cyberspace without need of a external device.  Just a cortex chip. That severs all spiritual and physical connections.  A shallow pit lacking everything intellectual, full of fake personas and Borg-minds.  

 

 

The future Planet earth.... if we do nothing to stop it.... 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Scogan said:

I don't think Internet Creators realized how hollow the masses (were) are, how lonely they are, how unhappy they are, how miserable they are to have transformed it into what it is today... and what it will become.

 

Maybe people weren't so 'hollow' or 'lonely' or 'unhappy' before social media came along to make them feel insecure and encourage them to self-isolate into a virtual world of virtue signalling and status anxiety

 

Did the internet feed an existing condition or did it create it?

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5 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

Maybe people weren't so 'hollow' or 'lonely' or 'unhappy' before social media came along to make them feel insecure and encourage them to self-isolate into a virtual world of virtue signalling and status anxiety

 

Did the internet feed an existing condition or did it create it?

 

 

For sure a little of both.  Our grandparents weren't rushing to get online in the late 90s as they couldn't see what all that fuss was about.  What fueled early expansion were young millennials (kind of similar to how Rock and Roll exploded onto the scene with young baby boomers) to transform how we communicate with one another.  It soon became apparent that it wasn't just to meet new people... it was a place of comfort (much like playing Rock and Roll with headphones on).  And then it just got plain creepy... the internet is a UNCONTROLLABLE BEAST that consumes the psyche (unlike Rock and Roll that was simply another music genre).

 

What millennials unleashed was in fact a AMORAL GENIE onto the cyber-frontier landscape of a tech wild West; hard core porn at the click of a mouse, cyber crime, child exploitation, financial crimes, hacking, I.D. theft, murder for hire, the Dark Web, massive cyber attacks... Crime of all types being transmitted through the airwaves that NO DOUBT interferes with spirituality waves.  There is something to 5G that is making our world a much darker place as it battles to overwhelm the spiritual signals of LOVE and KINDNESS.

 

Ask yourself this question:  Has the world become a brighter place since 5G?  Or a darker place?  (I think the answer is obvious... we are being told to tolerate immorality on a massive scale, and if we don't go along we are the evil racists.  A total inversion of reality is occurring right before our very eyes)

 

What do you think?  How else can we describe the rapid social transformation over the past decade?

 

 

 

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Humans become weaker. Those who rule over humans and dictate development are trying to hide something fascinating. And this has been done for a long time. It doesn't matter if humans believe in gods or in non-existent alien civilisations. Make the drones even more dependent and helpless. Social media means nothing other than just not knowing anything. Those who no longer have time to explore reality can no longer discover something over which humans have no control.

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8 hours ago, Scogan said:

What SABBATEANS unleashed was in fact a AMORAL GENIE onto the cyber-frontier landscape of a tech wild West; hard core porn at the click of a mouse, cyber crime, child exploitation, financial crimes, hacking, I.D. theft, murder for hire, the Dark Web, massive cyber attacks... Crime of all types being transmitted through the airwaves that NO DOUBT interferes with spirituality waves.

 

There i corrected it for you

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